Tracks efforts in many countries to correct national money-based accounts and scorecards of progress, e.g., GDP. Covers new scorecards beyond money and economics which use systems approaches to quality of life measure by multiple metrics from many sciences and disciplines. These indicators add tracking health, education, poverty gaps and environment.
Earth Negotiations Bulletin A Reporting Service for Environment and Development Negotiations PDF Format French Version Arabic Version Japanese Version IISD/ENB Meeting Coverage Volume 12 Number 620 - Sunday, 8 February 2015 GENEVA CLIMATE CHANGE [...]
You’re Invited! 22 -25 March 2015 – The 10th Annual Green Economics Conference at Oxford University!
The Green Economics Institute Conference Announcement & Call for Papers Rebalancing the Economy 10 Years of Greening Economics This year marks the Green Economics Institute's 10th Anniversary - a year of high-level events, commemoration, and, in less than two months, our 10th Annual [...]
From Blur to Precision: A recent convening highlighted progress on setting a “fourth sector” agenda.
Last week more than 200 foundation leaders, policymakers, academics, entrepreneurs, and experts came together at George Washington University (GWU) for an invitation-only gathering to advance the development of what many call the “fourth sector”—for-benefit organizations that primarily pursue social or environmental aims, while raising a [...]
A New Beginning for Greece and Maybe Europe, Beyond Austerity and Trickle Down Economics! ~ Hazel Henderson , Editor In the face of economic instability, the last thing we need is austerity. We need to consider creative solutions—like Jubilee, public banking policies, and currency reform—that take into account the complexity of the [...]
NewEnergyNews Daily Headlines: WHY THE MARKET UNDER-VALUES NEW ENERGY AND OVER-VALUES ENERGY COMMODITIES
WHY THE MARKET UNDER-VALUES NEW ENERGY AND OVER-VALUES ENERGY COMMODITIES BUILDING THE SOLAR TO BUILD SOLAR; WHAT WIND NEEDS; NEW DIRECTIONS FOR BIOFUELS WEEKEND VIDEOS, January 24-25: * The President Describes The Republican Climate Dodge * Jon Stewart On How Not To Fight Climate Change * The Dirty Water And Dirty Money In Coal [...]
ECCE Webinar: Carbon Disclosure and the Cost of Debt Join us for a webinar on Mar 11, 2015 at 4:00 PM CET. Register now! https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8030312124799754242 In this webinar, ECCE researchers Stefanie Kleimeier (Maastricht University) and Michael Viehs (University of Oxford) will present their latest research on the [...]
UN Assembly President says post-2015 agenda will need partnership across full spectrum of stakeholders
16 January 2015 – Today, during an interactive dialogue with representatives from civil society, Sam Kutesa, President of the General Assembly, urged the participants to harness resources for an inclusive, transformative post-2015 sustainable development agenda. “Together, we must go beyond business as usual,” he said, calling for a [...]
Ethical Markets , as a participant in this important Inquiry, fully endorses these latest findings. ~Hazel Henderson, Editor We thought that you would be interested to see the UNEP Inquiry's latest report, Pathways to Scale, which is to be released in Davos this coming week. The report is attached, and can also be downloaded from [...]
USA Update: January 2015 By Hazel Henderson Total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 252,000 in December, and the healthy 321,000 first reported in November was revised upward to 353,000. The 243,000 jobs in October was revised upward again to 261,000, with September’s 256,000 revised upward to 271,000. The unemployment rate fell to 5.6%, [...]
A statistical view on trendlines not headlines : an antidote to political fear-mongering and our “ if it bleeds it leads “ mass media ! Hazel Henderson, Editor The World Is Not Falling Apart Never mind the headlines. We’ve never lived in such peaceful times. By Steven Pinker and Andrew Mack , Slate.com Dec. 22 2014 11:18 [...]